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Health officials have identified four new cases of COVID-19 in the Vancouver Island region Tuesday, as B.C. enters Step 2 of its restart plan.
Parents and students from two Indigenous learning centres in Nanaimo are trying to save their schools from a feared closure, while the B.C. government says no closures are planned.
Police and firefighters in Nanaimo are encouraging residents to be on the lookout as RCMP investigate multiple suspicious fires that recently took place in the city's downtown.
Dozens of affordable rental homes reserved for seniors and Indigenous Elders are currently under construction in Port Alberni, the province announced Tuesday.
A popular rock climbing gym in Victoria that specializes in bouldering, a type of rock climbing done on short walls with no harness, is opening a new location in Langford.
The B.C. government says it has amended the rules to allow restaurants and bars to apply to keep the temporary patios that became a lifeline during the pandemic.
At a time when Canada continues to deal with a shortage of doctors, many residents say they have not been able to become fully licensed since the pandemic began.
A three-year investigation by British Columbia's ombudsperson concludes the provincial government's practice of placing jailed youth in solitary confinement is “unjust and unsafe.”
Island Health is notifying families of a COVID-19 exposure that took place at Oak Bay High School last week.
A Sooke man has some plans in the works for him and his family after winning $100,000 from a Set for Life Scratch & Win ticket.
The Mayor of Saanich has written letters to the mayors and councils of neighbouring Victoria and Oak Bay to help fund the preservation of Kings Park.
The two-year-old female pit-terrier cross has been spotted in multiple places around Victoria, including Fairfield, the Ross Bay Cemetery, on Dallas Road, and near Beacon Hill Park.
Health officials say 12 cases of COVID-19 were identified in the Vancouver Island region over the weekend.
Free passes will be required at some B.C. parks again this summer as officials hope to limit the impact of crowds in some popular green spaces.
Three Greater Victoria eateries have temporarily shuttered their doors due to COVID-19 exposures that occurred last week.
The owner of a Vancouver pot shop has been ordered to pay $40,000 to Subway for having copied its branding and logo.
His Facebook page is filled with memes about having a good heart and doing the right thing, but a Cowichan Bay man had that unfortunately backfire on him Monday morning.
A Victoria business owner says no one was harmed after a vehicle crashed through the front windows of his store on Monday afternoon.
Indigenous family leaders gathered in the days following the discovery of what are believed to be the remains of 215 children at the site of the former Kamloops Indian Residential School,
Victoria police say a woman was arrested Sunday after she reportedly attacked a man with a hammer and then barricaded herself away from police.
B.C. is moving ahead in its COVID-19 restart plan and lifting more restrictions on Tuesday.
BC Ferries says it's excited to reopen its vessels to recreational travellers as B.C. transitions into Step 2 of its recovery plan.
An inquest into the police-custody death of an 18-year-old Vancouver Island woman will be held in Port Alberni next week, nearly five years after she died.
The website, which includes travel schedules and reservations, stopped operating due to 'technical difficulties,' according to a booking agent that CTV News Vancouver spoke with by phone.
The B.C. government is relaxing more COVID-19 restrictions this week, and the next few days could determine whether additional measures are lifted in July.
The expansion and completion of seismic safety upgrades at the historic Victoria High School have been delayed by one year, until September 2023.
The organizers of Victoria's Olympic qualifying men's basketball tournament are asking for limited amounts of spectators at the games.
The new Urgent and Primary Care Centre in Esquimalt will not open in its permanent location until December, but it will begin serving patients from a temporary location on Monday.
The British Columbia Liberal Party says last fall's election defeat was caused by factors that included an unenthusiastic campaign platform, an uncomfortable leader and widespread perception within the party it was destined to lose.
In a statement, the group says the three people from the Vancouver chapter are going on a hunger strike to 'demand appropriate action on old-growth logging and climate change.'
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